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your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. and good evening to you, i'm juliette goodrich. >> i'm brian hackney. backlash tonight over trump's latest comments he blasted fox news anchor megyn kelly about how she treats women. >> she is a lightweight. i don't have a lot of respect for megyn kelly. she starts asking me all sorts of ridiculous questions. and, you know, you can see there was blood coming out of her eyes, um, blood come out of her -- wherever. >> trump's remarks got him disinvited from a conservative event today in atlanta and as andy rose reports questions are now being raised within the gop about trump's disruptive
presence in the primary. >> i disinvited donald trump. [ applause ] >> reporter: news that donald trump would not be allowed to attend saturday's revved state gathering met with a mix of boos and cheers. erick ericksson the man behind the event withdrew the invitation following comments made about gop debate moderator megan kelly. >> she ask asking all kinds of ridiculous questions, you can see there was blood coming out of her eyes, wherever. >> reporter: the front-runner tweeted splittal correctness is killing our -- political correctness is killing our country. >> it is not political correctness. it's common decency. >> mr. trump went on twitter and said that um, i was a weak
and pathetic leader. [ laughter ] >> which is okay. i actually think it's really weak and pathetic to take a tough question from a journalist and assume she is having her period. >> reporter: trump clarified his comments. it did little to curb the criticism from other candidates. >> i think every candidate should treat everyone else with civility and respect. >> the republican party is not engaged in a war on women. the republican party is not engaged in saying things about megyn kelly one individual. >> reporter: i'm andy rose reporting. >> donald trump says he plans to lay low the rest of the weekend. his next public event is scheduled for tuesday. as for the vacant spot at the red state gathering, megyn kelly has been invited to replace trump. vice president joe biden is expected to make a decision shortly on whether he will run for president. he is on vacation in south carolina. biden hasn't done any sort of organizing but he is expressing interest in filing deadlines. those close to the vice president believe it is unlikely he will make a run. biden hasn't tipped his hand at
all when asked about his plans. on to the "rocky fire" now all evacuation orders have been lifted for communities threatened by the fire. it is now 62% contained. cal fire expects to get it fully surrounded by thursday. the flames are burning across lake, yolo and colusa counties. 43 homes have been destroyed and more than 69,000 acres burned. the "rocky fire" erupted july 29th. just how it started is still not known. golden gate park is rocking and rolling this weekend. the annual outside lands music festival is taking place and as kpix 5's mark kelly tells the us, thousands come from all over to be part of this three- day show. ♪[ music ]♪ >> this is the most ee collective amazing festival that you could possibly go to and it's here in the bay area. >> reporter: 200,000 music fans swarmed golden gate park this weekend in search of their
favorite artist. >> i love sam smith. >> also center stage, san rafael native devin baldwin getting a warm reception from the hometown crowd. but all this entertainment isn't cheap or easy. tickets sold out in less than an hour with a one-day general admission costing $135. >> you're paying for a ton of people not just one person. >> reporter: but some came for more than the music. >> all about food. all about food. [ laughter ] >> i love wine and food so i'm definitely going to the wineland and cheeseland. >> reporter: even though the sun seemed shy today -- >> a little drizzle, thought it was going to rain. >> reporter: no one looked all that concerned. >> the weather is typical san francisco. bring it on. we're ready. >> reporter: in golden gate park, mark kelly, kpix 5. >> outside lands wraps up tomorrow with elton john and sam smith. coming up, terror near a convalescent home.
the deadly confrontation after a man goes on a stabbing spree. >> also, a full house expected at at&t park. it's not for the giants. how one speaker is drawin ♪ ♪ ee-e-e-oh-mum-oh-weh ♪ ♪ hush my darling... ♪ ♪ don't fear my darling... ♪ ♪ the lion sleeps tonight. ♪ [snoring.] ♪ hush my darling... ♪
tomorrow marks one year since 18-year-old michael brown was shot and killed in ferguson, missouri. tonight his father says the family still mourns the teen's death. the shooting sparked riots in ferguson that lasted for weeks. there were also demonstrations in the bay area and in other parts of the country. it coined the social media hashtag "black lives matter." several events are planned in ferguson this weekend and as don champion tells us brown's father believes his son was chosen for change. >> reporter: surrounded by family members michael brown, sr., laid teddy bears at the spot where his son was killed a year ago in ferguson, missouri. >> personally it's a loss, but it's a lot of good that came out of what my son pushed because he is still right here with us. >> reporter: wearing t-shirts bearing michael brown's picture and the words chosen for change, the brown family then led a 4.5-mile march to normandy high school where the
teen had graduated. hundreds took part walking along west florissant avenue where violence and looting rocked the community in the weeks and months following brown's death. the white police officer responsible was cleared of any wrongdoing. >> we don't believe this should happen in america. >> reporter: this man brought his 7-year-old grandson to the march. what do you tell him? >> i try to health them to, um, to remain who he is. we try to teach him to respect police. >> reporter: in the year since brown's killing, the city of ferguson has started making changes. officials hired an interim police chief who is black and overhauled its municipal court system. the department of justice found that it had been unfairly targeting blacks and minorities. still, many marchers say there's reason to protest. >> white supremacy and racism that are really -- have built this town and under gird this town. it changed. >> reporter: champ bailey cbs
news ferguson, missouri. >> another march and a moment of silence are planned for tomorrow. a man who went on a stabbing spree in long beach was shot and killed by police last night. police say it started in an complex with a man stabbing one woman and two men and then went across the street to a convalescent home where he stabbed three women. police shot the suspect when they arrived on scene. it's unclear what type of interaction they had with the suspect before shots were fired. the victims are all in the hospital with varying degrees of injuries. we could see the nose of the plane was missing. it was intense. >> well, this is the reason passengers on the delta airlines flight were terrified! the force of nature that prompted an emergency landing. >> we were pummeled with nothing but sunshine today but there are changes ahead for next week. we'll have the latest in the forecast as we look over the city and toward the bay. it's all coming u
less than an hour ago a woman made history swimming from the farralones to the golden gate bridge. the swim has only been done by men until now. it is 30 miles through shark- infested waters. christian hartnett is in belvidere where the woman arrived after making history. >> reporter: hi there. absolutely amazing story. kim chambers just recently got off the boat that picked her up at the golden gate bridge after that 30-mile journey. she got off and spoke with the media right on the dock and you can just see the emotion in her
face. we'll get to that video at 6:30 when we have it. but she just got off recently. and she spoke to the media absolutely broke down in tears when she got off the boat hugging her mom, who came in from new zealand to be there for her on the boat along the swim from the farralones islands to the golden gate bridge. she started at 11:30 p.m. last night. 30 miles in the water. and the rules of this swim were she cannot touch the two boats that were alongside her. she cannot be helped at all by the crew on the boat except they could throw a bottle that was filled with water with food out to her tied to a string throw it out to the water and she could eat it. she said it was a tough journey. during the part of the journey she could hardly keep the food down. last few hours she had to dig deep and it was extremely rough. at 6:30, we'll show you the interview we had with her as she got off the boat. the emotional moment as she got off, the first woman to do that 30-mile journey from the
farralones all the way to the golden gate bridge. just over 17 hours. she is finally on land. and we will have more at 6:30. christian hartnett, kpix 5. >> christian, it is amazing. i know her swim partner had done it the opposite way or attempted to. so she started from the farralones where there are sharks and apparently she didn't have a wet suit. correct? >> reporter: that's correct. no wet suit at all and she said it was very cold. and the fact that she couldn't hold food down during the swim made it that much harder. she felt real cold spells during the swim. the water was maybe a little over 60 degrees fahrenheit. so very cold out there. warmer than it normally is. this is a good time of year for her to do it but fortunately, along the swim, no shark sightings. all in all a safe journey although very difficult. >> absolutely. we look forward to your interview at 6:30. christian, thank you. and the man chambers trains with attempted to swim from the
golden gate to the farralones last week but had to cut his swim short after 18 hours in the water. he was so close. it wasn't because simon dominguez was off course or struggling but because a great white shark was circling him. he got out of the water three miles from making history. he had no problem ending early knowing there was a great white closing in. a sellout crowd is expected tonight at at&t park not for a giants game. pastor joel osteen and his wife victoria are holding their america's night of hope. thousands of people will come together for an evening of praise and celebration. the osteens' liquid church in houston is america's largest church with some 52,000 weekly attendees. the night of hope begins at 7:00. a powerful typhoon with strong winds and pounding rain has slammed into taiwan. more than 160,000 people had to
be moved to higher ground. brian webb shows us the damage left behind. >> reporter: typhoon soudelor slammed taiwan saturday with winds reaching 125 miles an hour. more than 40 inches of rain fell in parts of the country creating floods and triggering massive mud slides. more than three million homes lost power and rescue crews struggled to reach people stranded by flash floods. this woman says she is looking for her friends after a mud slide. at least 6 people are reported dead including an 8-year-old girl and her mother swept out to sea. the girl's twin sister is still missing. so far the strongest storm of the year soudelor has already weakened but it is still expected to bring heavy winds and rain across the region in the coming days. brian webb for cbs news. here's a flight you don't want to be on. that damage to the nose cone and the windshield on the delta airlines jet is from baseball-
sized hail! the plane was flying from boston to salt lake city last night when it flew through a thunderstorm. the pilots used the automatic guiding system on the air bus a320 to make an emergency land in denver because they couldn't see out the windshield. >> i fly constantly and this was the scariest 10 minutes of my life. >> we went around the corner and from the window we could see the shattered windshield and a hole over the engine where lightning had struck. we could see the nose of the plane was missing. it was really intense. >> i thought to myself when it was happening, i thought, okay, have i told everybody that i love that i love them? an as soon as i realized i had done that i was like, i'm all right. >> one person was hurt and had to be taken to the hospital. everyone else was put on another plane to finish the trip to salt lake city. wow. >> any landing where everybody walks away is a good land. it's amazing the technology they can land it with the plane
in that kind o shape. right now fogs and clouds through the golden gate but not to the bay bridge where we have blue skies and temperatures mostly in the 60s and 70s out by the east bay. concord 79 right now. oakland 67. san francisco 64. out the door tomorrow morning we'll start with overcast and drizzle at the shoreline. around the bay mostly cloudy skies. partly cloudy inland tomorrow morning. low pressure pushing into the pacific northwest. we get a bump of high coming in on sunday. so it warms up a little bit tomorrow. but as that low sinks south it will be a little cooler next week with a few more clouds. so as we look over san jose right now you can see that haze in the distance. it warms up a little bit tomorrow. cooler and more clouds on monday. by next weekend, though, we're going to begin to warm it up again. outside lands, 68 degrees tomorrow under partly cloudy skies. looks pretty good. so the weather is improving there.
for the rest of us, san francisco tomorrow 71 degrees. concord at 87. san jose 83. and in oakland 77 degrees. down in the south bay we are looking at numbers mostly in the -- around 80. 80 at sunnyvale. 81 redwood city. 68 for pacifica and 77 at milpitas. over in the east bay tomorrow mid 80s will do it. 86 for walnut creek. 84 livermore. up to 90 at brentwood. and 83 at fairfield. north bay looks nice. a few low clouds tomorrow morning and then 81 at petaluma. 81 for san rafael and 86 in santa rosa. and we're looking at 90 at lakeport and 85 at saint helena. extended forecast we are going to warm up on sunday and then cool it on monday through wednesday. but as we march toward next weekend the numbers will be as warm as near 90 inland. so warmer then cooler then warmer. kind of the same way it was last week. that's weather. as for sports, hey, andrea is here. >> coming up next in sports, a's shine against the astros as jesse chavez does something he hasn't done since june.
well, we could be getting a dose of october baseball as the giants face play-off contenders for the rest of the month. of in we learned anything in the last three days the giants probably don't want a date with the cubs in the post-season. fans are excited to see if the cubs can increase their wild card lead over the giants. top of the 2nd chicago 1-0. brandon belt launches his 15th
homer of the year in right field. two-run shot and that puts the giants up 2-1. 3rd inning, cubs rookie chris bryant takes matt cain deep halfway up into the left field seats. a two-run shot to retake the lead, 3-2. bottom of the 5th game tied at 3. the cubs take the lead again. so we to the 8th inning. chicago up 6-3. fowler shoots the castilla. the giants tried to rally in the ninth. down 2 after trailing 5 to start the inning. matt duffy grounds to short to end it. cubs win 8-6. they have won the first three games of the four- game series. so with the loss, the giants stay three games back of the dodgers in the n.l. west. l.a. also lost today so that's good news for them and having taken the first three games in the four-game series the cubs lead the giants by 2.5 games for the second wild card spot. it was just a year ago the astros were dwelling in the
bottom of the cellar and the a's were battling with the angels for the division crown. well, how things have changed in just one season. former a's scott kazmir watching with his astros teammates. bottom 1 danny valencia doubles into right center the new clean- up hitter scored two. 's for 12 since joining oakland this week. houston preston tucker takes jesse chavez deep. he had allowed 13 earned runs in the last three starts but today, he allowed just one run in 7 innings while striking out four. the last time went 7 was in june. now top 9 still 2-1 astros with a tying run at third but mojica gets his first save as an a as they win 2-1. the jim tomsula era didn't get off to a great start. we remember his awkward press conference when he was introduced as head coach. >> i'm not -- i don't want to do that.
i'm not going to answer your question there. >> well, i mean, you know, i -- >> i just would rather not get. >> just a little awkward. but tomsula has gotten a lot better since that day when he was joined at the podium by ceo jed york and gm trent baalke. yesterday after releasing aldon smith. he addressed the media by himself. he says he is better speaking on his own. >> i wanted to be alone, first of all. >> why is that? >> because i'm better that way. i just am more comfortable. >> clarify. you mean you're better -- it's not -- you're better -- >> it's been well documented i'm not real good on these podiums. >> you don't think you're better than somebody else? you like doing it by yourself in. >> no. bank of the west semifinal
tennis. [ two foreign named players ] >> one player advances to the fifth tournament final of the year. on stanford [ two more foreign named players ] >> second harvest food bank return goes wide. [ non-english language ] straight set wins. she will make her second straight finals appearance at this event. third round of the world golf championship bridgestone invitational. jordan spieth and he is putting for bogey on the 18th. but he misses just to the left. he shot 2-over 72 today. he is nine shots off the lead. 18th hole justin rose came into today six shots off the lead rolls in the long birdie putt to finish off a 7-under 63. rose goes into sunday tied with second round leader jim furyk for the lead. last night, the single a tampa yankees and the clearwater thrashers had their
game canceled because a circus tent was distracting for the hitters. the teams made up the games with a doubleheader. it was the lights on the top of the tent that were really distracting to the hitters. so no more tents. >> allegedly. >> allegedly. >> that would be. [ laughter ] >> it was the weather. it was the tent. >> game called because of a circus. vince scully says every day you go out to see a ballgame there's always something different. >> the tent is different. >> if we can give you the working mom hall of fame award, six weeks back from having your second baby. congratulations. >> congratulations. >> thank you. life has been crazy and hectic but it's nice to be back. >> work becomes a break. [ laughter ] >> we won't tell the baby but it's great to see you. >> thanks so much for watching us here at 5:30. we'll see you back here in half an hour. we have news updates always on cbssf.com. captions by: caption colorado email@example.com
>> axelrod: trump gets dumped. the donald is disinvited from avi gathering of conservatives after making a coarse suggestion about a female news anchor.r. a deadly typhoon in asia knocks out power for millions. how this grainy surveillanceil video could help solve a 25- year-old, $500 million art heist mystery. >> how are you feeling? >> oh, in control. >> axelrod: and on the wings of the historic tuskegee airmen the next generation of african american pilots takes flight.t. >> most of our people see like rap stars and basketball stars. you don't really see any black pilots. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod.